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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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Today we woke early to have breakfast before our taxi came to take us to the train station. We were running a tad late due to the overly relaxed concierge and when we arrived at the station were in trouble for being only 2 mins early for the bus. To add to the pressure we had to pay the taxi driver the fee of €25 which would have been fine if we had the cash or had time to go to the ATM. Instead we had a €10 note and coins adding up to another €10. He ...
... struggle down it and that gave her motivation to do it. It was a sign that today was going to be a good day. We skied all the way to the cable car without stopping and Ash then saw the cable car that we would be riding up the mountain. She had a bit of a panic attack but she still got in and held on tight. A dude was standing at the window and moved so Ash could get a better position to see out the window. Ash refused politely with a look on her face that said ...
... clipped/strapped in and started to tackle the slope. The first part was ok until we got to a part that was a very steep gradient. Ash decided that it was a bit too steep and was out of her comfort zone and couldn't go any further. I will admit it was steep with people zooming past and it was also pretty narrow so not much room for turns. We had a few emotional moments of being stuck on the mountain, not being able to go back up or down. After ...
... took a good 30minutes to arrive! Eventually we got our ski passes and jumped in a taxi to our hotel. We were wondering just how much it was going to cost! I was hoping less that €50! Luckily it only came to €25 so I was pretty happy about that and the taxi driver was great, telling us all about the area. The hotel was lovely, a huge spacious room and a fantastic view of the mountains. What more could you ...
... speedy. I joined a guided tour and was mesmerised by the building, including the mechanics of the stage where elevators would lift up gladiators and wild animals. These spectacles would go on for months and were designed simply to keep the empire happy and entertained...it worked a treat!! Next to the Colosseum is the Imperial Forums which are a series of public spaces built by the Emperors of Rome. This is an open area accessible to the public. You can walk through or ...